The most impressive release this year was the Engineer II Volcano with a unique lightweight material case with antimagnetic properties. Volcanos contain magnetic properties, hence the Ball researchers study of these properties led to the enhanced antimagnetic protection. They used superimposed layers of carbon and mumetal in the case. Volcano model has a 45mm case, grey dial, red seconds hand, and 15 tubes of glowing H3 goodness. It is powered by an automatic ETA movement with COSC certification.

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The screw-down crown provides 100m water resistance. The additional grey NATO strap complements the dial and enhances the tool watch credentials of this lightweight watch.

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The Skindiver II pays homage to the 1960’s Skindiver design with a modern twist. The stainless steel case measures at 43mm and height of 14mm. It has a depth rating of 500 meters and has an automatic helium release valve. The bezel is black ceramic with a powerful coat of lume and unidirectional rotation. The caseback has an insignia of U.S. Coast Guard Reserve.

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The Skindiver II is powered by an automatic ETA movement with COSC certification. The dial is marked with a circular flange with the prominently visible minute markers. The indexes on the dial are fitted with double micro tubes of luminescent H3 gas at five-minute intervals. It comes comes with a stainless steel bracelet and a rubber strap.

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